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The Story behind Mothers & Shakers: Digital Spark for Brands, Bloggers, Entrepreneurs
The story of Mothers and Shakers (we call ourselves MaSh) begins more than a year and a half ago, when I had a ‘lightbulb moment’. After spotting my friend Vicki’s Twitter profile where she described herself as a ‘mother and
Dinner and a Movie with Love Learn Cook!
Five babes, two mamas and one shopping centre. What kind of mischief could we get up to? We were on our way to find out last Sunday, after Westfield London invited me and my friend Rachelle (of fab foodie blog Love
Shop Savvy with mySupermarket
Are you one of those midnight supermarket marauders or do you prefer grocery shopping from the comfort of your couch? Here's a guest post from online shopping enthusiast Sara on her favourite site for comparing prices and getting her groceries
A Kaleidoscope of Seasonal Fashion
'When will it be over, Mum!' my kids cry. It's winter they're moaning about. As much as they love Christmas and snow when it first arrives and birthday month in February, the cold weather's starting to get them down.I'll admit
Spring Style (with a hint of samba)!
It's Carnival season coming up in Rio and even though it's mostly grey and windy here in London, that's no reason not to daydream about a tropical escape. I've been window shopping for my fantasy wardrobe at online portal Avenue
Littlewoods Seasonal Spectacular!
We didn't have a White Christmas but the babes were covered in snow at the Littlewoods Seasonal Spectacular event recently. Ok, so it was fake snow but they still had a blast sliding around and chucking snowballs at poor Santa. Littlewoods had
Behind the Scenes: M&S Christmas Kidswear Shoot!
Have you seen the funky new M&S Christmas campaign? It's definitely my favourite in recent years. Vlogger/stylist Electra has created a series of YouTube videos, going behind the scenes of the M&S Christmas kidswear photo shoot. Here's one of her videos**,
Free Cycling Lessons for London Kids (and Trendy Toddlers)
Ezra learned to ride a bike yesterday. I can't describe the feeling of pride, awe and joy that swelled up inside as I saw my little boy cycle off on his own. I'd signed him up to one of Islington Council's